Given its inherent sense of superiority, could China — once a global hegemon — be more peaceful than its Western (and especially U.S.) predecessors?
A selection of the most interesting features by Jean-Pierre Lehmann.
Foreign residents of China should never assume their passports will exempt them from forced eviction.
The world’s second- and third-most populous countries share a linguistic diversity.
Are the Beijing Olympics a pinnacle of China’s rise — or a pitfall?
How did China react to Japan’s economic boom in the 1980s — and its financial meltdown in the 1990s?
What were the 1970s like in China, when even mainstream Western politicians came to call on Mao in Beijing?
What happened when China was eclipsed by the rise of neighboring Japan?
How does the emergence of China look through the prism of a Westerner’s life?